The genus Sphacelaria Lyngbye (Phaeophyceae) in the Netherlands
Blumea: Biodiversity, Evolution and Biogeography of Plants , Volume 13 - Issue 1 p. 145- 161
The species of the genus Sphacelaria Lyngb. that occur in the Netherlands have been investigated. These species are: S. plumigera Holmes, S. radicans (Dillw.) Ag., S. fusca (Huds.) Ag. It is suggested that S. furcigera and S. saxatilis should be regarded as synonyms of S. fusca. It was found that S. fusca also forms bifurcate propagulae in contrast to reports in the literature. Cultures were grown of S. plumigera, S. fusca, S. britannica, and S. radicans. The cultures of S. fusca, S. britannica, and S. radicans exhibited very feebly fixed polarity in contrast to the cultures of S. plumigera. S. cirrosa and S. fusca are considered to be two different species.
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de Haas-Niekerk, T. (1966). The genus Sphacelaria Lyngbye (Phaeophyceae) in the Netherlands. Blumea: Biodiversity, Evolution and Biogeography of Plants, 13(1), 145–161.